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PEM 468: A New Mastering Tape with High-Output, Low-Noise and Low-Print Characteristics
New oxide developments and new manufacturing technologies allowed development of a mastering tape with extended electro-acoustic characteristics concerning maximum output level, bias noise and print through. Technical data will be given and measuring techniques discussed. US and European standards and conditions will be compared. The material is outstanding by a favorable combination of low noise and low print properties. A special matte backing treatment allows winding on hubs without support flanges.
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